For Olympic Nordic combined competition, 55 quota spots are available for athletes to compete in Beijing. Countries can have a maximum of five athletes competing in the Nordic combined competition. Athletes within the top 50 of the Olympic quota allocation list will qualify for the Olympics. If a country has more than five athletes listed in the top 50, only the top five will earn a quota spot.

Who's Qualified for Team USA?

The five-man U.S. Olympic Nordic combined roster was finalized on January 19. Taylor Fletcher will be returning to the Olympics, and he'll be joined by Ben Loomis, Stephen Schumann and Jared Shumate. Loomis competed at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang while Schumann and Shumate will be making their Olympic debuts in February.